Celebrating 90 years of RCC

2020 Convention: March 17-21, 2020 in the Washington, DC area

The Religion Communicators Council (RCC) is one of over 100 cooperating organizations participating in the once-a-decade Religion Communication Congress 2020 (RCCongress 2020) for our annual convention. The theme is Communicating Faith in the Public Square. The RCC business meeting and DeRose-Hinkhouse and Wilbur Awards will be scheduled during the event.

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Media ethics scholar to discuss fake news in our digital world at RCCongress 2020

Clifford ChristiansDr. Clifford G. Christians, professor emeritus at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, is one of the world’s leading scholars on ethics in media. He has explored, over the course of his career, the nature and role of ethics and ethical decision-making in media and human dialogue, and will be a featured speaker at RCCongress 2020. His expansive knowledge and indisputable expertise will present participants with a crucial voice in the discussions taking place as we focus on “Communicating Faith in the Public Square.”

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Religion Communication Congress 2020 tackles complex themes

An impressive lineup of speakers and workshops to be featured

For over half a century, Religion Communication Congresses have offered a forum where professional religion communicators from a wide range of faith traditions gather to network and learn cutting edge strategies and skills through hands-on opportunities, academic and applied research, practical workshops, and thoughtful plenaries.

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What we know, how do we know it, what does it mean

By Paul Chaffee

Best survey practice tips from Taylor Morrison

Socrates’ judgment that “the unexamined life is not worth living” resonates 2500 years later, applying not only to our lives but to the work we do, including magazines, books, videos, podcasts, campaigns, and everything else religious communicators pursue. Taylor Morrison’s expertise is in survey diagnostics and branding. She brings solid business credentials ranging from successful Kickstarter projects to participating in a leadership development program at a Fortune 100 company. Now she has her own consultancy.

She presented “So, how did we do?”: The Oft-Forgotten Question as a workshop during the recent joint convention of the RCC and ACP in Chicago in early April.

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Wilbur Awards to celebrate 70 years in Chicago, winners announced for 2019

RCC/ACP Convention offers workshops, awards, plenaries and more

Deadlines approach: Register now for the 2019 RCC-ACP Convention​

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RCC/ACP Convention Workshops – Three tracks, lots of choices

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